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17/07/2012 - 7:59 PM

Fleetwith Pike

Fleetwith PikeExcellent shot of a superb part of the LakesGrin
A minor point but the image seems to be sloping down very slightly from left to rightWink
A frame maybe but nothing over fancy
But PLEASE do not cannibalise the image by typing all over it irrespective of how small the print is
If you want to include a title fit in the frame
18/05/2012 - 11:43 AM


ReflectionLike the concept....reflection inverted and enclosed in a frame
Just doesn't look right as the image does not correspond with a 35 mm frame
also frames 8 and 9 with 5a in between ? ? ?
02/01/2012 - 3:22 PM

Pretty In Pink

Pretty In PinkNice tight crop, great eye contact
I think she'd still be pretty whatever colour she was inTongue
Very minor niggle, crop is so tight you've lost her right toe, but took me a while to get thereWink
19/10/2011 - 8:15 PM


Daydreaming..Like the idea a lot, really good
Not so sure about the 'ageing' lines....a bit too much for me.....but ofcourse that's a personal thing
Also maybe tone the window light down a bit, again purely personal....
But all in all i think it is a really good image with an odd anonymous feel to it, down to cropped off head
Well done
29/09/2011 - 7:59 PM


TorsoLovely job, nice and sharp throughout
2 minor points....the knicker line is a bit to fresh, and the straight edge shadow from arm to hip is a bit distracting
But only minor points that don't take a lot from an excellent image
28/09/2011 - 7:57 PM


FionaNice shot full of action which is good
A bit of movement in the dress would have been nice to see but you still need to keep her face sharp
If you could have kept focus on the face or she was keeping her head pretty much in the same plane
you could have got away with a lot slower maybe even down to 1/60 which would have given movement to the dress
Always worth trying a variety of speeds and apertures and shoot loads.
Once you have your memory card taking photos is a lot cheaper than it was in the good old days of film
don't be afraid to shoot round the subject
Hope the comments help for the future but either way you have a cracking shot here, full of life...excellent
17/09/2011 - 10:04 AM


TaviaExcellente!! Have to agree, I can see this as a packaging shot
Personally and a very minor point maybe a slightly bigger crop to include both feet, or crop off just along the seat??
Really not sure which!!!
But to hell with that, this is great jobWink
24/08/2011 - 7:05 PM

Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, MirrorGreat idea,
need to find a way of not including you and the camera....
just takes the edge of it for me, but that's photography...personal preferences